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Bitesnap uses machine learning to figure out how healthy a meal is based on picsInstagram is already littered with photos of food, but thanks to a new app, you may be taking pictures of your meal for a slightly less ... social reason. In order to help you make smarter decisions about what you're putting in your body, there's a new app in town that leverages artificial intelligence.
Digital TrendsLulu Chang
Bitesnap review, a free application that you can use for diet by recording calories and ingested protein, vitamins, minerals etc when you cook dishesTo effectively dietI need dietary restrictionsIt is difficult to figure out if you are eating properly. So, when you take a picture of a meal, you recognize what kind of dish it is, and it becomes easier to grasp not only calories but also carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals etc ingestedBitesnap"is.
Introducing Bitesnap: A Smart Photo Food Journal - Bitesnap BlogEveryone wants to eat more healthily, and keeping a food journal is a great tool for doing so - but manually entering your meals can be a tedious and time-consuming process. That's why we built Bitesnap, a new food journal app designed around photos.
Bitesnap BlogVinay Anantharaman